Patrol / Protection Training

Developing Green Police Dogs for Patrol: Pushing & Punishing Grips

K-9 COP MAGAZINE PDF Developing Green Police Dogs for Patrol: Pushing  & Punishing Grips Buying Green Dogs Now & Then The landscape of buying green dogs for police work has changed dramatically over the last decade. Eastern Europe has supplanted … Continue reading Developing Green Police Dogs for Patrol: Pushing & Punishing Grips

Mechanics of the Bite- Sleeve Progression in Police K9 Training

Mechanics of the Bite-  July/August issue of Working Dog Magazine. Sleeve Progression in Police K9 Training- PDF Bite Progression When beginning bite mechanics with green dogs, it is crucial to choose the right equipment. Many trainers jump right onto a bite … Continue reading Mechanics of the Bite- Sleeve Progression in Police K9 Training

Training With the Automatic Door Release

Training With the Automatic Door Release By- Jerry Bradshaw PDF- Training With The Automatic Door Release The Journal- Summer 2017 Many K9 patrol vehicles are outfitted with an automatic door release. The door release is controlled by a button on the … Continue reading Training With the Automatic Door Release

Proofing Building and Area Searches Alert and Suspect Encounters PART 1

Proofing Building and Area Searches Alert and Suspect Encounters PART 1 Police K-9 Magazine, Jan/Feb 2017 Issue 60. PDF Version- BuildingSearches Written by Jerry Bradshaw Teaching both the building search and the area search exercises is a staple of all patrol … Continue reading Proofing Building and Area Searches Alert and Suspect Encounters PART 1

Find and Bark vs. Find and Bite REVISITED

Article by Jerry Bradshaw • The .pdf version (12mb) from “The Journal” • Dispatch alerts the K9 Unit that a homeowner sees a man fitting the description of the suspect in a nearby liquor store robbery: Caucasian, male, jeans, red baseball cap, and running into … Continue reading Find and Bark vs. Find and Bite REVISITED

The Talented K9 Trainer: Becoming an Expert Handler or Trainer

By Jerry Bradshaw President, Tarheel Canine Training, Inc The .pdf version with images from The Journal In 2010 in a blog for the Harvard Business Review, work performance guru Tony Schwartz wrote that a minimum of 10,000 hours of deliberate concentrated practice … Continue reading The Talented K9 Trainer: Becoming an Expert Handler or Trainer

Component Training Competition Obedience Skills

By Jerry Bradshaw President, Tarheel Canine Training, Inc The .pdf version with images from Creature Companion magazine F or many who are new to competition obedience training, the only exposure to obedience will have been what was presented in their basic pet … Continue reading Component Training Competition Obedience Skills